Wednesday, April 27, 2011 |
UPDATE: This contest is now closed, but feel free to test your knowledge on politics in Canadian literature.
On May 2, Canadians headed to the polls for a federal election. Now the waiting is over and the results are in, and for some parties, it looks like the story is just getting started.
But that's political fact. What about political fiction? In honour of the election, this month's CanLit Quiz takes a look at the world of politics in Canadian literature.
After you've taken the quiz, don't forget to e-mail your score to email@example.com. You'll be entered into a random draw for a copy of Turncoat and Solemn Vows by Don Gutteridge, How to Make Peace in the Middle East in Six Months or Less without Leaving Your Apartment by Gregory Levey and an extremely fashionable and always practical CBC Books bag. Read the full rules and regulations here.